Two Navy ships just got too close for comfort in San Diego Bay
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The Navy is investigating what led to two service ships nearly colliding in San Diego Bay on Tuesday.
The alleged melee involved the guided missile destroyer Momsen and the dock landing ship Harpers Ferry.
Officials did not confirm exactly when the incident occurred on Tuesday, but video of the encounter was posted to Twitter around 10:30 a.m. Pacific Standard Time by the @SanDiegoWebCam account.
"Warship Chicken in San Diego Bay," reads the caption accompanying the video.
The video shows Momsen and Harpers Ferry heading straight for each other before both ships turn left.
The footage also appears to include audio recordings of the ship's crew sharing their movements.
While the ships were sailing in opposite directions "in close proximity" on Tuesday, both ships maneuvered each other to safety, according to U.S. 3rd Fleet spokesman Lt. Samuel Boyle.
There were no injuries or damage to the ships, he said.
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